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4G + GPS Shield for Raspberry Pi – LE910 - (4G / 3G / GPRS / GSM / GPS / LTE / WCDMA / HSPA+) - GPRS / 3G / 4G - Wireless - Shop

4G + GPS Shield for Raspberry Pi – LE910 - (4G / 3G / GPRS / GSM / GPS / LTE / WCDMA / HSPA+) - GPRS / 3G / 4G - Wireless - Shop

LTE-M, NB-LTE-M, & NB-IOT: Three 3GPP IoT Technologies To Get Familiar With

LTE-M, NB-LTE-M, & NB-IOT: Three 3GPP IoT Technologies To Get Familiar With

Now available online — ‪#‎LTE‬ #Modem #Board equipped with #Sierra #Wireless ‪#‎AirPrime‬ MC7304: • Compatible with an extended set of LTE bands • High speed connectivity • Both #GPS and #GLONASS #location #services are available • Ideal for industrial #IoT applications • Separate #power and #data connectivity

Now available online — ‪#‎LTE‬ #Modem #Board equipped with #Sierra #Wireless ‪#‎AirPrime‬ MC7304: • Compatible with an extended set of LTE bands • High speed connectivity • Both #GPS and #GLONASS #location #services are available • Ideal for industrial #IoT applications • Separate #power and #data connectivity

LTE for the IoT: Not one standard but many

LTE for the IoT: Not one standard but many

CableFree 4G LTE CPE devices, connect to LTE networks with LTE Advanced, 2x2 MIMO, 4x4 MIMO, Category 6 and above

CableFree 4G LTE CPE devices, connect to LTE networks with LTE Advanced, 2x2 MIMO, 4x4 MIMO, Category 6 and above

London businesses to trial 300Mbps 4G EE network | EE is trialling a faster 4G network that it claims will offer untapped business benefits around bandwidth. Buying advice from the leading technology site

London businesses to trial 300Mbps 4G EE network | EE is trialling a faster 4G network that it claims will offer untapped business benefits around bandwidth. Buying advice from the leading technology site

Sainsbury’s will stop its mobile offering following the break-down of talks between themselves and Vodafone, who acted as their carrier. The supermarket failed to compete with Tesco Mobile and traditional packages from other operators. Mobile by Sainsbury's had picked up approximately 150,000 customers in its two-year lifespan.

Sainsbury’s will stop its mobile offering following the break-down of talks between themselves and Vodafone, who acted as their carrier. The supermarket failed to compete with Tesco Mobile and traditional packages from other operators. Mobile by Sainsbury's had picked up approximately 150,000 customers in its two-year lifespan.